You will find resources from lectures in a Dropbox-folder here….
Alexander Osterwalder & Yves Pigneur: Business Model Generation, 2010. The free 72 pages preview will give you the most important points…
Entrepreneurial process, skills and mindset
Claus Meyer & Effectuation – a playlist of videos about effectuation principles based on a case about Danish serial entrepreneur Claus Meyer… It’s a fine combination of clever professors and a real life entrepreneur speaking.
Guy Kawasaki: The Art of the Start… This classic video from Stanford E-Corner is one of my favorites about the startup process and mindset. It gives you the highlights of Kawasaki’s bestseller The Art of the Start in 50 minutes. You can also se the speech in small clips on the E-Corner website starting with Make Meaning in Your Company….
David Heinemeier Hansson: Unlearn Your MBA – another one of my favorites from Stanford E-Corner where David Heinemeier Hansson from 37signals – now Basecamp – in explicit language gives his very personal views on starting and running a business. If find David – who is by the way also a Le Mans 24 hour-driver – inspiring, I strongly recommend the book Rework, that he wrote with his partner Jason Fried.
Lean Startup and Business Development
Steve Blank: How to Build a Startup – in this Udacity course Stanford-professor Steve Blank takes you through the philosophy of Lean Startup and gives a thorough introduction to the business model canvas. If you want to pick and choose from the videos, you can find the full How to Build a Startup course at YouTube as well…
Eric Ries: Evangelizing for the Lean Startup – as a disciple of professor Steve Blank, Eric Ries started the Lean Startup-movement and gives an introduction to the lean startup philosophy in this video from Stanford E-Corner. If you want more of this, check out his book The Lean Startup…